What's On - Produce fairs and night runs

Good morning Sunners and welcome to Saturday! 

There’s a fair bit of cloud expected for today, but who ever let a few clouds get in the way of a great weekend?

If you’re keen on getting out of the city - but don’t want to travel too far, why not head out to Whakamarama for the day.

The community out there will be hosting their Harvest Festival from 2pm-5pm at Whakamarama Hall, bringing to you a culmination of produce and harvest displays and markets.

It’s a great chance to come, buy, sell and swap... And at the end of it you get to enjoy some great locally grown fresh produce.

For those of you who are both night owls and fitness finatics, you’re in luck, because there is an event tonight bringing you the best of both worlds.

We Run The Night is on from 5.30pm-11.55pm at Mount Drury Sound Shell on Marine Parade.

Join in as the sun goes down over Mount Maunganui. Run the night with distances including a 21km half marathon, 14km, 7km and the new 3km kids dash.

The course is fully lite, all on roads and is flat and fast. Run along the beautiful beaches of Mount Maunganui by moonlight then celebrate your efforts with friends and family.

​Put on your light bright colours ​and run with the night!

If neither running, or produce, tickles your interest then see below for all of the activities that are on today.

Saturday 17 March

A Meditation On Beach

A Meditation On Beach Join us for a meditation at Tay Street beach. 7-8am. Enjoy peace, beauty, harmony & the sunrise.


Art in the Park

Art for sale. Weather permitting. Maunganui Rd (Opp Burger King), Mt Maunganui. 9am-4pm Tauranga Society of Artists.


Balmoral Kilties Marching Team

We welcome ladies to join our fabulous sport. Ages 30-60. No experience required. Ph Anita 07 578 8996 or 0210 257 6094 evenings


Bay Network Singles Club

Social activities 55+ Dining, BBQs, outings. Phone Maureen 021 112 3307 or Jonathn 572 2091


Be In To Win

Kids Hunting Fishing Comp 16th-18th March. Ph Nathan 027 305 2328 or nathanxlb@gmail.com


Beth El Messianic Family

Celebrate family life with Jews & Gentiles who meet & worship as Yeshua (Jesus) & early believers did. 10am Otumoetai Primary. info@BethEl.org.nz, Joel 021 768 043


Carboot Sale

30 Evans Rd Community Church Papamoa 8-11am. $5 for car wash or site. Hot sausages, real Coffee! Ph John 0210 271 0140


Cards

Interested in 500? Flexible evenings to suit. Ideal for central Tauranga & Mount residents. Ph Chris 572 3834


Healing Workshop for Animals

Healing & meditation techniques to connect with animals. Sunday, Mar 25th, Riding for the Disabled Equestrian Centre, Welcome Bay. Contact Jackie- vitalreiki@xtra.co.nz


LOL Laughter Wellness

Keep well on LAUGHTER - the best medicine ever. 11:00-11:45am Arataki Community Centre, Zambuk Way, Mt Maunganui. Koha. Ph Trish 022 036 6768 Email lollaughterwellness@gmail.com


Narcotics Anonymous

Open meeting, 7:30-8:30pm, Hanmer Clinic (behind Super Liquor), 1235 Cameron Rd, Greerton


Nemesh Exhibition & Workshops

"Gennie Collection" Exhibition by NEMESH: 2 Feb-1 Mar. Opening & Art Demo: 2 Feb, 5-7pm. Oil Workshops: 3-4-5 Feb, 11am-5pm. Contact: theartoungenz@gmail.com


Otumoetai Tennis Club

Saturday adult tennis 1:30pm start. Bellevue Park. Windsor Road. New players welcome. Coaching available. Ph Fred 544 5088


Sunshine Sequence Dance Group

Tea Dance Saturday, Mar 31. Baptist Church Hall, 13th Avenue. 5-9pm. $5pp. BYO food, plates, cutlery, non alcoholic drinks. Jan 544 4379


Te Puke Community Market

Live Band ROOF SHOUT & shave for a cure. Market is jammed packed with something for everyone. Stall fee $10. Ph Monique 027 356 9545


Te Puke Menz Shed

Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays @ 9am at 86B No. 3 Road Te Puke. New members welcome. Ph 573 8655 or 573 5971


Te Puke Scottish Society

Dance at Te Puke Baptist Church, Malyon St, Te Puke, 7:30-11pm. St Patrick’s theme. Live band, lovely supper, all welcome. Ph Valerie 573 7093


Te Puna School Fair

A day of fun for the whole family. It will be packed with fun activities, flavour-filled food, book sale, jumble & silent auctions. 10am-2pm.


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